drive and ambition
He is serious about his ambitions, as well as disciplined, dedicated, and tenacious in pursuing his objectives. His drive and energy are directed toward practical material accomplishments and concrete results. Ronald Reagan also strives to be in a position of authority and social influence; he enjoys being in command.
Ronald Reagan is hard-working and capable of foregoing immediate comfort in order to achieve his long-range goals. Reagan can easily become a workaholic and is very responsible and conscientious about doing a thorough job.
Realistic and pragmatic, he is an excellent strategist. Ronald Reagan achieves success by formulating a conservative and workable plan and seeing it through. He is not a gambler when it comes to attaining his goals; Reagan depends on his own efforts and perseverance rather than good fortune. Ronald Reagan has a natural shrewdness and instinct for business or organizational management.
He is a doer and an achiever. Energetic, courageous, and often impatient, Ronald Reagan will forge ahead with his plans regardless of others' reservations. In fact, Reagan often feels other people get in his way and he prefers working on his own. Ronald is active, assertive, and rather competitive as well.
Ronald Reagan has the gift of endurance and perseverance, as well as the willingness to work hard to achieve his objectives. Once he decides he wants something or makes a commitment, Ronald Reagan will do it "even if it takes forever". Self-discipline comes naturally to Ronald and he instinctively realizes that any creative achievement is "10% inspiration, 90% perspiration". Reagan chooses practical, realistic goals and pursues them step-by-step in a well-planned, orderly fashion. Ronald Reagan likes to concentrate on one thing at a time and he does a thorough job. He enjoys working in solitude, and often feels he does his best work when he is alone.
To achieve his long-range goals and ambitions, the process must be interesting and mentally stimulating, as Reagan gets bored with work that is not challenging intellectually. Ronald Reagan needs variety and social stimulation as well. One problem he may have is saying the wrong thing at the wrong time, or to the wrong person. Ronald needs to watch his words. His tongue or even his sense of humor can get Ronald Reagan in trouble with superiors at times.
Indecision and confusion over his ambitions or direction in life may hold Ronald back from achieving anything solid, especially in his early life. He is very much a dreamer and his interests and inclinations may not translate very readily into concrete goals. Personal glory or accomplishment can never be Reagan's sole motivation or drive in life. Ministering to others in some way may be his calling, however. Or Ronald Reagan could use his dreamy, imaginative energies in creative ways - the arts, music or entertainment field.
Happiness and fulfillment in Ronald's career are likely, because he gives his all to it and will not make the sorts of compromises that others feel compelled to make in order to succeed. Self-expression and being his own person are very important to Reagan.
Enormous aid is apt to come to Ronald Reagan through his father or another important man in his life. His relationships with superiors and those in a position to boost his career are usually excellent.
Ronald Reagan possesses great zeal and passion for achieving his aspirations in life, and can be something of a fanatic when he sets his sights on a goal. Ronald could do research work, psychological investigation, even detective work - anything that involves delving beneath the surface for hidden elements. A great love of mystery and exploring the unknown fuels many of Ronald's personal ambitions.
He is very conscious of his purpose or objective in life and he is ambitious with a strong desire to succeed. His leadership ability is apparent to everyone and Ronald Reagan does not take a back seat to anyone.
His inner life tends to be full of imagination and Ronald Reagan is likely to have far-reaching ideas and plans. Peace-loving and generous, he is very sharing in his relationships. But Ronald Reagan could become the victim of unintentional slights.
Astrological factors in this Astro Profile section:
Mars in Capricorn
Mars in 1st house
Mars Trine Saturn
Mercury Square MC
Neptune Square MC
Sun Trine MC
Pluto Trine MC
MC Opposition Sun/Pluto
MC Opposition Mercury/Neptune